Nextreme Thermal Solutions

Nextreme Thermal Solutions

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Laird is a global technology company focused on providing components and solutions that protect electronic devices from electromagnetic interference and heat, and that enable connectivity through wireless applications and antenna systems. Custom products are supplied to all sectors of the electronics industry including the handset, telecommunications, data transfer and information technology, automotive, aerospace, defense, consumer, medical, mining, railroad and industrial markets. Laird employs over 9,000 employees in more than 47 facilities located in 16 countries.
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2013
13 Jun 2013

Energy harvesting returns to the forefront

2008 to 2010 saw huge enthusiasm and interest in the development of small energy harvesters.
18 Feb 2013

Laird Technologies acquires Nextreme Thermal Solutions technology

Laird Technologies, Inc. has announced the acquisition of Nextreme Thermal Solutions, Inc. the US based developer of thin-film thermoelectric technologies.
2012
8 Nov 2012

Developments in Thin-film Thermoelectric Platform Technology for Energy Harvesting Applications

Nextreme Thermal Solutions, United States
16 May 2012

Integration of Thin-Film Thermoelectrics in New Energy Harvesting Applications

Nextreme Thermal Solutions, United States
2011
28 Nov 2011

Nextreme develops energy harvesting subsystems for plumbing apps

Nextreme Thermal Solutions, the leader in micro-scale thermal management and power generation solutions, has developed two new energy harvesting subsystems for the plumbing and HVAC industries.
16 Nov 2011

Creating New Applications and Markets with Thermobility Thin-Film Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting

Nextreme Thermal Solutions
24 May 2011

Thermal energy harvester for turbine health sensor system

Nextreme Thermal Solutions and Arkansas Power Electronics International, Inc are jointly developing a thermal energy harvesting solution for a wireless sensor system designed to monitor the health of bearings in turbine engines.
29 Apr 2011

Energy harvesting for electric vehicles

Energy harvesting is the production of electricity from ambient energy. Usually the objective in electric vehicles is to increase range and safety. Range is increased in two ways. Either a very powerful form of energy harvesting such as shock absorbers or regenerative braking adds significant amounts of energy to the traction battery or wireless sensors and actuators improving safety also save many kilograms of wiring this also increasing range significantly.
22 Feb 2011

Nextreme introduces thermobility wireless power

Thermobility uses innovative solid-state thin-film thermoelectric technology to convert heat into electricity for a variety of self-contained, autonomous systems.
2010
18 Nov 2010

Nextreme's new eTEG HV37 advances energy harvesting

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the availability of the new eTEG(TM) HV37 thermoelectric power generator, the next entry in the high-voltage (HV) series of clean energy generators based on thin-film thermoelectrics.
16 Nov 2010

Nextreme's new eTEG HV56 thermoelectric power generator cranks up

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the availability of the new eTEG(TM) HV56 thermoelectric power generator, the next entry in the high-voltage (HV) series of clean energy generators based on thin-film thermoelectrics, that operates at temperature differentials as low as 10 degrees K.
13 Oct 2010

Nextreme names John Goehrke as CEO

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced that John Goehrke has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer.
31 Aug 2010

Progress with thermoelectric harvesting

At the forthcoming Energy Harvesting USA event in Boston Massachusetts, 16-17 November, Prof Gang Chen of Massachusetts Institute of Technology will talk on "Power from temperature difference: thermoelectric technology for energy harvesting".
22 Jul 2010

Nextreme expands services to solve thermal and power management issues

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has announced the expansion of its services offerings to include materials evaluation and characterization services.
2009
6 Nov 2009

Nextreme and Infinite Power Solutions thin-film thermal charger

Thin-film thermoelectric technology enables thermal charging where energy scavenging from thermal sources is combined with solid-state, rechargeable thin-film battery technology to provide an alternative energy source for a variety of autonomous, self-powered applications.